Maui: I know, not every day you get a chance to meet your hero.
Moana: [slowly lifting the shell from Heihei’s head] It’s okay. You’re all right. See? There we go, Nice water, The ocean is a friend of mine.
Moana: [Moana has just discovered that she was descended from voyagers; she runs out of the cave, screaming excitedly] We were voyagers! We were voyagers! We were voyagers!
Gramma Tala: Go inside, bang the drum and find out.
Moana: If there’s something you want to tell me, just tell me! Is there something you want to tell me? [Gramma Tala looks back at Moana, smirking] Gramma Tala: Is there something you want to hear?
Sina: Sometimes who we wish we were, what we wish we could do, is just not meant to be.
Chief Tui: No one goes beyond the reef.
Moana: Sometimes our strengths lie beneath the surface.
Chief Tui: You are the future of our people Moana and they are not out there, They are right here.
Moana: Okay, first, I am not a princess. I’m the daughter of the chief. Maui: Same difference. Moana: No. Maui: If you wear a dress, and have an animal sidekick, you’re a princess.
Maui: You know, a real wayfinder never sleeps. So they actually get where they need to go.
Maui: [lying face-down on a canoe’s outrigger] If the current’s warm, you’re going the right way. Moana: [putting her hand in the water behind him] It’s cold. Wait, it’s getting warmer. [seeing a relieved look on his face] Moana: Aah! That is disgusting! What is wrong with you?